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sistrsic92 (Meg) (Bloggrls #2)

3.19 of 5 stars 3.19  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  12 reviews
Meg, a.k.a. sistrsic92, can’t help having a serious inferiority complex?you would, too, if you had a sister like T2P2 (The Totally Perfect Person), who can usually be found surrounded by a circle of her adoring friends and her ultra-popular boyfriend. But Meg soon learns that she has one thing T2P2 never had?blog pals who are the VBFs a girl could ever hope for. When Meg’s ...more
Hardcover, 200 pages
Published October 20th 2009 by Skyscape (first published 2009)
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Grade: B-

Teen blogger Megan, a sophomore, lives in the shadow of her perfect older sister Lola, until Lola develops an eating disorder. Now everything and everybody is all about Lola and her health. When Lola discloses a secret to Meg, Meg is torn between loyalty to her sister and staying silent.

SISTRSIC92 (Meg), the second BLOGGRLS book is told in the form of blogs, comments on the blogs and instant messages. I liked the format and that writer Cheryl Dellasega used less internet speak and acron
Meg is blogging about her sister. She has a tough life living in her sister's shadow. Her sister is popular with an amazing boyfriend. All Meg has is her very best blog friends. Things seem to change though when her sister begins losing a lot of weight and hiding something. Chronicling the life of her sister dealing with anorexia and then being sent away and coming back with bulimia, Meg attempts to put the sister rivalry behind and help her sister before it's too late.

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Janna Marie
Sistrsic92, written in blogs, was not so great.

While, I respect that the book discusses some rough topics, it did not seem well executed. Normally, I enjoy a story with an important issue as the focus, it's good for the YA Readers. It was hard to follow at times, and seem a bit unrealistic. I understand that everyone reacts to things differently, but this just seemed like too much. Though, I do believe a younger audience, 12-15 years old, would gain a lot from a book such as this.
Written in text/blog, this second installment of the Bloggrls series grew on me.
When I first started reading, it began to sound like so many other after-school specials but the topic it addressed snuck up on me so quickly I was knocked back and had to finish it.

Sistrsic92 aka Megan, keeps in touch with her three VBF's(very best friends) through a private blog. Lisa (zbest) is a friend from her church's youth group, while Zoey(zo4u) and Trish(tennytrish) are girls she met at the beginning and end
Alison Lin
This book is the second book in the Bloggrls series. The main character in this book is Megan. She claims to have a perfect sister but when her sister starts to change, she has to cope with her new life and new problems.

At first I didn't understand why there was a fork and a balance on the cover. I finally understood it because Megan's sister has weight issues. Her sister, Cara, was raped by her boyfriend, Trip. Trip is a terrible person. He is the reason why Cara is a anorexic and a bulimic. H
Sarah K.
I liked the storyline. I didn't like the format, it is written like a blog post. Other than that I liked the book. The blog format was just hard for me to follow at first.
For class I did dialogue exercises which involved eavesdropping on a conversation and writing EVERYTHING down verbatim. Then we looked at the transcripts and observed how most spoken dialogue is painful to read when written, and how do you as a writer create dialogue that sounds true yet is still readable? How much do you clean up ums and ahs and accents?

And so it goes with textspeak in today's literature. Lauren Myracle did an excellent job of making her teens' chat, texts and e-mails readable
Ok, I classified this as christian lit, even though it may not technically qualify, not because the narrator's dad is a pastor, but because of the narrator's references to God, which feel natural and believable, not forced. This is a book that really rings true to the experience of a tenth grader, and offers a different perspective on what eating disorders do to people...while the sufferer is getting attention, what about those around her?
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Shyrin 11810
This book can relate to a lot of girls out there who keeps being compared to their older sister who they think is perfect. Nobody is perfect because we're humans and there's always some kind of flaw in us. I really liked this book so 5 stars :D
Feb 09, 2010 Michele rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Teens - 5-6th grade
Told as a series of blog posts from Megan to her blogger friends, the format is interesting with tween appeal.

Attempts to tackle serious issues (eating disorders, date rape) but is predictable.
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